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and that was the evening my father had been assassinated. at that time she put aside the process and came to atlanta to help my mother out with a funeral arrangements and then with us the children were the first couple of years. and helping my mother with the establishment of the king center. at that time my mother said maybe i want to write my own life story. she proceeded to do that and publish that in 1969 and is no longer in print. in 2004 because mother had encouraged it in 66 and she knew about it she still wanted her to complete a she said what you go ahead and complete the manuscript in 2004? of course she began to do more work. as a result a few months or a year later my mother became ill. so she couldn't really focus. my mother passed in 16 months later my sister passed so it was delayed somewhat that by 2008 and close 2009 she started completing this particular book. i had a conversation with her one day. she was working on it and she said people need to know more about coretta. martin did not make coretta. they need to know coretta king from the strong family roots, the strong family tha
. and also the 49ers, playin atlanta falcons. atlanta georgia is the new gay capital. what i would like to say also to the board of supervisors and all of you all is that i heard that the supervisor in district 8 talk about twin peaks. i still stay in the -- (indiscernible) the good thing about, we have two gay cities, for the super bowl. what i want to say to you, remember bare rust, harvey milk. bare ruston (sounds like) a black gay man. i believe the day would come when all of god's children, (indiscernible) (indiscernible) times have changed. i hope that you can get the gay pride (indiscernible) and these two supervisors. hopefully you can be there too. and speak on that date. thank you. >> thank you. >> any members of the public wish to speak in general public comment. seeing none it is close. >> items 33-40 are considered for immediate and unanimous adoption. if an board member request discussion that would be separate. roll call. >> items 33-40. >> supervisor campos: aye >> supervisor chiu: aye >> president: aye >> supervisor cohen: aye >> supervisor farrell: aye >> supervisor ki
! where is there still opportunity? you think you expect new york, atlanta and chicago to rise? you think there is still good opportunities there? >> that's right. of those three, new york, chicago, and atlanta those are interesting markets because they're ones that are still seeing home price depreciation in many parts of those markets and are definitely the laggards of the top 30 metro. those are praises where the home market, the housing market is not yet fully recovered. we still have a lot of foreclosures and a lot of negative equity. they will do quite well. they will do okay in 2013. they will do better after that. all three markets. at least chicago and new york are a little more, have more headwinds and they're in, they have a lot of judicial forechrous sure, processes which means there is a long pipeline of foreclosures. that tends to cloud the markets a little bit. melissa: why are you so positive on atlanta? >> well, atlanta i would say has had a very long housing recession. it has been a little bit of a sleeper in terms of hard hit markets. typically we talk about vegas, phoe
captured in far off africa and brought to america as slaves. ok. then we came to -- we come now to atlanta, georgia. the city in which we were growing up had those laws. because of those laws, my family rarely went to picture shows. in fact, to this very day, i don't recall ever seeing my father on a street car because of those laws and the indignity that went with them, daddy preferred keeping m.l., a.d., and me close to home where we would be protected. but we lived in a neighborhood in atlanta now called sweet arbor. and this is the street. you can see the cars. you haven't seen cars like that, have you? they don't have any like that now. ok. something like we used to call a t model ford and so tpot. ok. we lived there on the avenue. and on our side of the street, there were two-story frame houses, similar to the one we lived in. across the street crouched a line of one-story houses and a store which was owned by a white family. when we were young, all of the children along the avenue played together, even the two boys whose parents owned the store. so you can see us playing together in
la corona de la n-f-c derrotando a los falcons de atlanta.. take 2 box ---ramon diaz nos amplia la informacion.. adelante ramon.. cesar ---san franciso se convirtio en la casa de los campeones del deporte... primero los gigantes y ahora los 49ers van tras la victoria del super bowl.. ---los fanaticos celebraron por todo lo alto en diferentes lugares del area de la bahia.. take 2 box ---gabriela dellan nos cuenta.. gaby ayer.. muchos locales de la zona estaban repletos de fanaticos.. otros decidieron ver el partido desde sus hogares para evitar las colas.. pero ...no solo fue un dia agitado para los seguidores de los 49ers..sino tambien para los comerciantes.. pkg el trofeo lombardi podria viajar nuevamente a san francisco.. luego de 19 aÑos ... ultima vez que los 49ers se apuntaron una victoria en el super bowl.. esto sin duda ha creado una gran ilusion entre los millones de fanaticos nat sound ayer... durante los ultimos minutos del partido ... mientras se prendia la fiesta.. tambien lo hacian las maquinas de imprenta de muchos comercios que querian ser los primeros en tener las
've seen over the last several days now. 44 in atlanta and 60 new orleans, 69 in houston. in the northeast, heavy snow possible, especially through eastern sections of new england. 10 in bangor, 26 in boston. 23 in new york city 23 in philly. 10 in cleveland. highs in the upper midwest around zero in minneapolis, nine above in chicago. 24 in st. louis. in the rockies, warmer air is spreading over. cold air remaining trapped in the intermountain west. 23 in salt lake city. southern california looking beautiful with 77 degrees. reporting for cbs news, miami. >>> coming up on the morning news, a dramatic subway accident all caught on tape. an unconscious woman falls on to the tracks ahead of an oncoming train. >>> and prince harry comes home from afghanistan and speaks out about his mission in the war zone. this is the "cbs morning news." te to severe rheumatoid arthritis means living with pain. it could also mean living with joint damage. humira, adalimumab, can help treat more than just the pain. for many adults, humira is clinically proven to help relieve pain
nueva york. avisos de inundaciÓn hacia el oeste de atlanta debido a esa tormenta invernal que estuvo la afectando. hoy dÍa feriado, muchos descansado en casita, todo bastante tranquilo sobre la costa oeste. lo que tendremos son temperaturas peligrosas desde el norte del paÍs, todo el noreste, y ustedes en la gran manzana, boston, no se descarta la precipitaciÓn de posible precipitaciÓn blanca, algo de nubosidad en el sur de la florida donde las temperaturas estÁ en el rango de los 80 grados. y aquÍ viene la acciÓn entrando en noroeste, y las temperaturas mÍnimas se sienten bajo cero, y especialmente ustedes en chic o chicago, rÁfagas de hasta 30 millas por hora, y nosotros continuamos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> gracias, jackie. y sabemos los equipos que jugaran en el super bowl, y se une antonieta para contarnos. ya tienes tu equipo preferido? >>> serÁ el super bowl 47, veremos a dos hermanos cara a cara para ser campeÓn. tendremos mÁs en esta semana que viene del super bowl. pero vamos con la jornada dominical del torneo clausura de la liga mexicana. >>> vamos a cÚ
. they arrested a dozen people in the mission district sunday as fans celebrated the 49'ers win in atlanta. most of them were for public intoxication. there were arrests for dui, assault and an outstanding warrant, no reports of vandalism. >>> not to get ahead, but why not? it's worth noting more than a dozen cities had multiple sports championships in a single year. but since super bowl era, only four. baltimore did it in 1970. pittsburgh in 1979. new york, the giants and mets winners in 1986, and in boston patriots and red sox in 2004. pretty elite company if everything goes according to plan. >> we'll have to see. we are our super bowl station. we want to see your 49'ers spirit. >> you've been sending us photos from home. you'll meet 90-year-old rose, she came to san francisco in 1952, and has been a niners season ticket holder for the last 30 years. apparently she likes a good cigar. >>> and this family in palo alto, it's a family affair. >> looking good showing the spirit. >> we'll show more fan photos so keep them coming to news@kpix.com. >>
in the nfc championship over atlanta. a nail-bight come from behind win against the falcons. >> we're going to the super bowl, baby. >> that was a collective celebrator holiday seasony. the 49ers overcame a 17 point deficit to win. the team arrived home just before midnight, fueled all the way across country by the excitement of the win and the dreams of a 6th super bowl championship. >>> every corner of the bay area is red and gold gear. sports stores are selling hats, jerseys and anything with the 49ers logo. fans just can't get enough. >> i am buying the shirt, the hat. this shirt was a little soiled so getting a new one. i have five or six jerseys. very pleased. >> this sports authority manager said everything from nfc championship is a hit but the jerseys are the big seller. >>> it is a tale of two brothers in the upcoming super bowl jim harbaugh going up against his older brother john. sports director dennis o'donnell taking a look at the sibling rivalry. this is the ultimate. >> this is actually brother act ii. the first came in the regu
ganaron el título de la afc en el partido de la tarde al vencer, 28-24, a los atlanta falcons. ellos se enfrentarán en dos semanas en new orleans, que es un gran lugar para celebrar el primer duelo entre entrenadores en jefe hermanos en la historia del super bowl. también será un buen último partido para ray lewis, quien se retirará al término del partido con los 49ers, que son favoritos por cinco puntos. este fue un partido donde los patrios fueron superados en su propia cancha y ademas fue la primera vez que los patriots pierden en un juego por el campeonato de la afc en casa.super ravens 28 patrios 13 cortesia: nfl/cbs sports copa centroamericanapoca productividad de en goles ha dejado hasta el momento el torneo centroamericano de fútbol. pero si ayer costa rica aseguró su boleto a la próxima copa de oro de concacaf que se disputará en julio, al vencer 2 por 0 a su similar de nicaragua, en el jornada 2 de la uncaf. los ticos consiguieron uno de los cinco cupos, gracias a las anotaciones de cristian lagos, goleador del fútbol costarricense y por celso borges, quienes le die
de nueva york, y al sur aviso de inundaciones, en louisiana, m memphis y el oeste de atlanta, por la tormenta invernal que afectÓ el sureste y noreste la semana pasada, fuera de eso todo luce bastante bien, muchos descansando en casita con sus familiares, tambiÉn para nosotros, en la costa oeste en california. lo que sÍ vamos a tener seÑores temperaturas extremadamente peligrosos desde el norte del paÍs, al noreste, en la gran manzana, en boston, philadelphia, no se descarta la posibilidad de 30% de precipitaciÓn blanca en el transcurso de la noche al amanecer de maÑana, algo de nubosidad en el sur de la florida, las temperaturas todavÍa se encuentran en el rango de los 80 grados, y nubosidad en todo el este del paÍs. por aquÍ viene la acciÓn entrando para el dÍa de maÑana en el noroeste, y mÍnimas seÑores, como les comentÉ se sienten bajo cero, si estÁ en chicago con vientos de rÁfagas de hasta 30 millas por hora, a prender la calefacciÓn continuamos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> gracias jackie, sabemos quÉ equipos jugarÁn en el super bowl, estÁ antonieta e
. the falcons, the city of atlanta has never had anything going but the falcons. there were this close. melissa: the real house was of atlanta. >> that's another reason. melissa: did on the football. come on. all right. next upon president obama was publicly sworn in today. vice-president biden may not be buying it. take a listen to this. >> i'm proud. [laughter] melissa: i love it when the guy from the back. hey, listen. i think it's fantastic. joe biden. >> i loved him. because of this see is -- the as a massive size issue that he puts it is not all the time. can you imagine him as president? superb. for every lategh
in the throat yesterday in atlanta. the 35-year-old fan is expected to survive his injuries. after the championship game the victim got into a fight with a man and two women who were rooting for the 49ers but the fight turned violent and that is when one fan stabbed the other fan. >>> in 7 minutes, the 49ers are back in the bay area, coach harbaugh's comments. >>> new at 5:00 p.m. a rescue this afternoon at ocean beach. news chopper 2 was over head spotting the surfer stranded on the rocks and crews told him to jump back in to the water. janet joins us live with how the surfer got into trouble and the rescue that took place. >> reporter: it was a beautiful day out here but it could have been a deadly outing for the surfer. he got too far from shore and then started cramping up and ended up getting stranded at seal rock and the rescue boat couldn't get in close enough to reach him. the call came in this afternoon. you can see the surfer was stranded on seal rock. officials tell me he was out with a friend but started cramping and couldn't make it back to shore so he climbed on back
brothers jim and john, against each other. >> just hours after jim's 49ers beat atlanta falcon autos 49er goes together super bowl. >> brothers have never been head coaches of opposing teams in the big game. >> i like to think you're looking at mirror images of two football teams and it's going to be a great game and he's a great football coach. >> noits surprise both men were are born to be here, their father coached high school and college more than 40 years. >> our family is passionate about what we do. >> older brother john started his coaching career with ravens in 2008. jim played quarterback at the university of michigan, and starred in nfl for 15 years before becoming head coach of the 49ers last season. >> it's unique to see which brother will continue. who won the match ups when they were younger. >> it will be tough for brothers to faceoff. and only consoleation, no matter what, one son will win it all. >> wow. >> that is going to be some game for them in tense. >> let's check on the forecast now.. >> yes. to say jim harbaugh is intense is saying the ocean is well. clouds lurki
third graders from a county outside atlanta. their teachers helped them get sponsorship from the smithsonian. but when they couldn't afford the trip, people in the community, people they never even met, raised $16,000 to send them. how exciting is that? how big, excited are you? this big? >> this big! >> from right there all the way down to georgia. the whole united states! >> because of a good-hearted community, they were able to climb on a bus and come to see the place they had only seen in schoolbooks. >> what's the third thing you want to go see when we get into the city? >> the lincoln memorial. >> shout it out. what's freedom? >> when you are free from another person. >> but freedom isn't free. >> he told me he had read that on a monument. and on this 50th anniversary of martin luther king's famous speech, they know exactly what he said right here. what did he say? what did he say? >> he said his "i have a dream" speech. >> i have a dream that one day -- >> what kind of dream do you have? what do you want to do some day? >> i want to be the president. >> i want to be on
times," the editor of "the atlanta constitution." bill kovich. >> as a very careful observer of the time and you lived through and you reported about it, how did your research -- tell me two things, what was the biggest surprise you discovered and how did you change your mind based on your research. >> the question is what was the biggest surprise and how did i change my mind. i think the biggest surprise was that j. edgar hoover is -- and his f.b.i. campaigns to drestroy king, politically at least, was far more vicious, far more relentless and cruel that public officials in the united states would do. how did i learn that or how did i come to that conclusion? after a two- three-year battle with the f.b.i. and with my friends in the l.b.j. library, part of the national archives, i was finally able to put together a mosaic of hundreds of f.b.i. memos that went to the president. i saw how the president reacted to them and didn't react to them. and even though great reporters have covered this story well starting in 1975 with the church hearings, i was appalled about that. i don't want to b
is on him and there he is. many people remember in 2000. yeterday in atlanta the 49ers dug themselves an early hole that would john harbaugh ray lewis will cap off his hall of fame career in two weeks at the super bowl isn't just the emotional leader, he's the leader on the field as welllewis leads all players in tackles this postseason he's a super bowl mvp and a 13 time pro bowler lewis and company spoke about the big game lewis, harbaugh, flacco >> they are big time threats and we could have to be prepared for a really great >> we visualize ourselves a great football for this time of the year. we have made it this far. >> every big game has to have something where do he almost cost it for us. this is undoubtedly, the poorest performance for he was the mvp, i just a few years ago. however, there were not taking any chances that he will change kickers for the super bowl. >> as i mentioned in the pre-game. he always had the ball really well, as shown in that 60 yorker. >> dr. king was honored at a warrior's game. >> on the behalf of myself, we would like to show the accomplishments of
, in atlanta, dallas, who are really beginning to break ranks with the broader d.a.'s associations and call for various types of reforms for the drug laws and drug enforcement. i think that the -- one of the contexts that's so important here and people so often lose sight of is that this bill, 1506, is a small effort in the state of california and in the country of the united states to try to roll back the horrendous rates of incarceration that have happened in this country over the last 30 years. i mean, that's the context, right? the united states, i think most of you know these numbers now, but we're less than 5% of the world's population but almost 25% of the world's incarcerated population. we rank first in the world in the per capita incarceration of our fellow citizens. the russians are fading fast in second or third place together with the belarus people. the rates of the incarceration are five, six, seven, eight times than most in other societies, europe and elsewhere, though their rates of nonviolent crime and drug use are not that much different than ours. so if another country w
memphis y el oeste de atlanta, por la tormenta invernal que afectÓ el sureste y noreste la semana pasada, fuera de eso todo luce bastante bien, muchos descansando en casita con sus familiares, tambiÉn para nosotros, en la costa oeste en california. lo que sÍ vamos a tener seÑores temperaturas extremadamente peligrosos desde el norte del paÍs, al noreste, en la gran manzana, en boston, philadelphia, no se descarta la posibilidad de 30% de precipitaciÓn blanca en el transcurso de la noche al amanecer de maÑana, algo de nubosidad en el sur de la florida, las temperaturas todavÍa se encuentran en el rango de los 80 grados, y nubosidad en todo el este del paÍs. por aquÍ viene la acciÓn entrando para el dÍa de maÑana en el noroeste, y mÍnimas seÑores, como les comentÉ se sienten bajo cero, si estÁ en chicago con vientos de rÁfagas de hasta 30 millas por hora, a prender la calefacciÓn continuamos con mÁs de "primer impacto." >>> gracias jackie, sabemos quÉ equipos jugarÁn en el super bowl, estÁ antonieta en vivo, adelante, ya tienes a tu equipo preferido. >>> tengo la bata
to bottom out. atlanta, chicago, cincinnati. but i'll tell you something, zillow is saying nearly 90% of the these markets have bottomed out. they're in appreciation mode. the prices are ticking up. this comes on the heels of the nar saying that annualized existing home sales are up 9% versus 2011. ashley: looks like a relative recognize between the west and the east. the west got hammered in the housing collapse. >> that's a great point. >> the prices in phoenix, there are complete condo complexes that are ghost towns right now. to see prices come back are great but what are you pitting those numbers against because the bar is low? >> that's right. that is 6%, nearly 6% means, really at a bottom. ashley: yeah. >> so what the housing forecasters are saying you know what? expect 3:00% annual price appreciation average nationwide. that is about the 1990s levels that's what we saw. we still have 10.4 million mortgages in negative equity. meaning they're underwater. the mortgage is worth more than the house. you know what? hear is the deal with that. those homeowners have to sit with the
during commemorative service at ebenezer baptist church in atlanta. here in d.c., the nation's first african-american president paused today at the statue of dr. king in the cap fall row it ungra dra. earlier he had taken the oath of office using two bibles. one of which belonged to the civil rights leader. the other belonged to president abraham lincoln. president obama made history today as the first president ever to speak about gay rights at an inauguration. and he did so by comparing the struggles of gay americans to what women and people of color have endured over the years. james rosen live in our d.c. newsroom with more on this. hey, james. >> shep, good evening. with this pivotal address president obama effectively positioned himself as more than just a president or chief executive. he appeared at time to be seizing the mantel of the civil rights leader whose birthday was observed as a federal holiday today. the reverend doctor martin luther king jr. >> we, the people, declare today that the most evident of truths that all of us are created equal. is the star that guides us
parties and crowds that are spilling onto the streets, after sunday's game against atlanta, a dozen people were arrested in the mission district, one for assault with a deadly weapon, others for dui and public intoxication. there were no reports of vandalism like what happened after the giants won the world series, so behave out there. >>> the search is on for two more suspects in the shooting of an undercover police officer in oakland last night. investigators say the undercover detective was hit in the arm, just before 6:30 last night as he sat in a car near seminary and bromley avenues. one suspect was arrested, the officer is expected to recover. >>> a heated debate is expected at the meeting of the oakland city council, the big issue, whether to pay a quarter million dollars to hire an anticrime consultant, william bratton, who let police departments in new york, boston and los angeles. he has strong supporters and critics. baton has a history -- bratton has a history of helping crime but there is concern about his stop and frisk and zero tole
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victory over the atlanta falcons yesterday. one person was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. one on an outstanding warrant. and another on driving under the influence. the other nine people were taken into custody for public intoxication. fortunately there were no reports of vandalism like the city saw after the giants won the world series in october. now the police are turning their attention to the super bowl on february third. be sure to stay with kron 4 as we follow the niners to the super bowl in new orleans. on our web site kron-4- dot- facebook and twitter feeds. >> san francisco police are on the hunt for a gunman who killed a man and hospitalized another. it happened on naples street, near geneva avenue just after midnight, in the city's crocker amazon neighborhood. police say this marks the city's third homicide of the year. three lanes on southbound 880 were closed today at south a street in hayward after a big rig accident. it was first reported a little after two p.m. that a big rig had jacknifed along southbound 880 in hayward. this is video from earlier today. emer
in washington. the hartford courant -- in atlanta georgia, independent, what are your thoughts, theron? caller: i am libertarian in atlanta. i was struck by two things from the speech. one of them was something he said and if another was something he did not say. he made a point about climate change and his concern for future generations. i was struck by the contradiction in that he does not appear to have much concern about the future generations when it comes to the debt that this country is forcing upon them. regarding what he did not say if there was no mention in his litany of things he wants to do on his leftist agenda regarding tax reform, which is something republicans and democrats i don't think want to see happen, because it is the core of the chronic capitalism that basically finances both of the political parties and something that would be a good thing for america if we were to get rid of the irs and income tax and repeal the 16th amendment? and go to a fair tax like libertarian gary johnson promoted in the past election. host: on twitter -- james in dickinson, texas, democratic c
below zero. as bell is not even expected to get above freezing today. atlanta is at 46 degrees and cold air is sliding over to the east coast. the subzero cold as possible and milwaukee. the list could see -20 and even -30 in some places. the cold air will extend as far as natural as we have mentioned. even richmond va may be below freezing and each right will be lucky if they hit 10 degrees today. >> we have had a number of incidents this morning and most of them are clear. we're still dealing with the letter really slow traffic here. the nimitz freeway corridor leading into a free mind is that the ball the way into san leandro. 67 minutes drive time and it should be about 23 minutes. we're still jammed up leaving walnut creek southbound 680 coming out of concord and to 42. more slowing for the east shore freeway for the eat recent accident at ashby avenue. that crash has finally been cleared to the shoulder but it is still slowing the ride coming down from highway 4. the bay bridges once again a hot spot and the metering lights at were slowed to accommodate a stall of a truck that ori
after sunday's a thrilling come-from-behind win over the atlanta falcons. after the victory, things did not did get a bit out of hand in the mission district. san francisco police tells us that they took dozens of people into custody, many of which were charged with public intoxication. one person was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. one was arrested for an outstanding warrant. a another person was arrested for driving under the influence. police say that they will have extra patrols on hand on super bowl sunday. >> apple iphone rumors are nothing new, but a new report suggests that apple has at least 3 iphone is up its sleeve for 2013. reports say that apple were released a 4 in. iphone 5 ask as well as in iphone best features a 4.8 in. screen and 88 mega pixel cameras. the third mystery iphone, with a 12th mega pixel cameras, is rumored to hit the market by year's end. the last two iphone, the iphone 4 s and iphone 5 had october launches. apple needs a shot in the arm, as the stocks have dropped from 705 a share in september, opening today at just $500. >> a new set study su
south does it go? over the next 24 hours, we'll get as far south as atlanta. there will be some frost and freeze warnings down in north florida, as well. a pocket of cold air that goes to the deep south and seems to last. >> a lot of the country affected. sam, thanks very much. >>> we're going to turn to president obama, now, and what's in store for the second term after yesterday's inaugural. the speech, a call to action. and uncompromising annunciation of liberal principles. the question, now, what can get done on those big issues like gun control, gay rights, and climate change? abc's jon karl joins us from the white house. liberals were cheering yesterday. republicans, not so much. >> reporter: that's right, george. the president has set the tone for his second term. he went big. he went lofty. he went ambitious. and he went unmistakably liberal. over and over, president obama echos his campaign slogan. >> together. together we discover. together. >> reporter: with that, he invited all americans to celebrate the changing landscape of american culture. >> we have always understood
to invest. stuart: all right. now you've got a house that's in atlanta. >> yes. stuart: give me the specs on this thing. we will look at it on the screen. >> this house is a five bedroom five bath 3500 square foot on almost a quarter of an acre. so this is a big house on a big lot. stuart: what? wait a minute. a quarter of an acre is a big lot? david: for somebody who has a thousand acres in new york, i mean, yes. [laughter] stuart: back in 05, this place sold for? >> $600,000. stuart: and it just sold for? >> 389. that's $109 a square foot. stuart: okay. next case, santa barbara. let's show the house. describe the specs, please. >> sure. this house is actually a three bedroom, three bath 2500 square foot home built in 2006. stuart: okay and it just sold for? >> $899,000. stuart: that's the first time it's been on the market? >> yes. this is the first time it's been on the market. the first owner. it sold for 352 a square foot. so you can kind of see market per market we're going up a little bit. stuart: yes we are. 352 a square foot. it's santa barbara, location, location, location, i've
of during an atlanta and chicago. cincinnati and milwaukee, they are waiting until next year for home prices to bottom out. i know that the viewers are always wondered what is going on in my area. the federal reserve really relies on this. they are also saying that the housing bottom occurred in the fourth quarter of 2011. when you think about it, we still have the 10.7 billion target is underwater. the house prices are worth less than the mortgage. that is a problem. housing is on the bed and maybe a housing bubble. it looks like we are in recovery. watch out and expect moderate growth. what they are talking about is we hit a trough and we are bouncing up. expect 3% growth. that is the news. connell: that is good. well done. dagen: thank you. elizabeth macdonald. we just got earlier this morning existing home sales. they were down slightly in december. down about 1%. that is still the second highest rate since november 2009. for more on this, let's bring in ed pinto. not bad. it was a little disappointing. if you look at those home price numbers, that will ultimately be what brings buyers o
in atlanta. ayers was involved in a townhouse bombing in new york city that left three people dead. >>steve: singer james taylor says he knows what gun owners want. >> i think the majority of us feel strongly, even the majority of gun owners feel strongly that we need to make some sacrifice to our freedoms if that's the way to put it. >>brian: is he wearing scalia's hat? >>steve: taylor made the comment after performing at the inauguration. advocates very concerned about the president's proposal on gun control if you take aspirin, it can triple your chances of going blind. those who take it on a regular basis can cause age related macular degeneration. >>gretchen: they tell you to take it for your heart and blood thinning. >>steve: the low dose. >>gretchen: watch this. a huge lighting fixture falls from above landing on the child during a meet in wisconsin. he had just gotten into position to start up the match again when it happened. luckily he only needed a few stitches. no word on what caused the light to fall. talk about the chances. that fell right on top of him. >>brian: wrestlers are
dress. >> atlanta, georgia is next. and he and the democrats line. >> i thought it was very beautiful. her dress was beautiful. i think they are to youthful people. i. i am glad he was reelected. >> the president today signing the nominations of john kerry and jacob lew -- jack lew. john kerry will have his hearing later this week to be secretary of state. the current secretary of state, hillary clinton, testifying twice this week on the ben ghazi attack. let's go to gardiner, maine on our republican line. >> this is roberta. onto to say i thought obama's acceptance speech was absolutely brilliant. i think that susan collins -- i am very disappointed in my senator. >> when you say susan collins needs hearing aids, what did you hear from her after the speech question mark next >> she did not feel that he reached across the aisle. she did not hear the same speech i heard. >> what was the dominant thing that you heard -- the theme that you heard from the president's speech? >> the men could not possibly have done more -- then more open or more accepting or more generous or more openheart
in atlanta, nice to see up. >>> ahead, she sparked the investigation nthat forced davi petraeus to resign. and jill kelley trying to clear her name. >>> and the first gay and hispanic inaugural poet. richard blanco talks about the inspiration of his poem, "one day." and we leave you with kelly clarkson singing "my country 'tis of thee." ♪ to thee we sing >>> welcome back, everybody. she is the woman that tipped off the fbi to anonymous e-mails that led to the downfall of david petraeus. jill kelley gives an interview to howard kurtz. kelley went to the fbi when she got harassing e-mails traced back to paula broadwell. the investigation revealed that petraeus was having an affair. and then it looked into jill kelley and john allen. messages were described as potentially inappropriate. it was a big scandal. lots to get to this morning. howard kurtz, whose exclusive interview with jill kelley just posted on the daily beast. >> good morning. >> she talks to you black mail, threats. lay those out for us. specifically what was being black mailed? what kind of threats was jill kelley getting f
is not going to change fundamentally what is going on in the real economy. atlanta fed president dennis lockhardt talked about cramer's rant and said, i believe that the correct policy posture is to let the markets work through the changes in risk appetite and pricing that are under way, but the market observations of one of my more strident counterparts -- and that is not jim cramer -- are worth sharing. jim, do you remember that day well? >> the market was down that day. you can't come out all the time and -- i don't know who their sources were, really. because they go on and on. that everything was going to be fine. the sources, you know, my trusted friends, colleagues have been in business a l time. they just weren't saying the same thing as the fed. it didn't actually -- it wasn't like i had a particular insight. there were a lot of people who thought this way. >> i was as well at that point, 2007, i remember your rant well because i said -- you know, i used to sit up in the back stairs, i thought, what in god's name is going on. i actually came down. i had no idea what that incred
're used to that there. >> three feet? i know. >> we live in atlanta. we don't like that. >> no, we don't. >>> president obama is sworn in for a second term. that wasn't the only thing making news at the inauguration. we'll recap some of the most memorable moments. just one bie wod delight... ♪ ♪ a flavor paradise of delicious fishes ♪ ♪ friskies seafood sensations. ♪ feed the senses. i have obligations. cute tobligations, but obligations.g. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >>> politicians, pop stars, and men in trees? yes. all of that on display during president obama's incompetent august gur rags. jeanne moos has a look at some of the day's memorable and unscrip
as a journalist, i immediately went to the urban areas. i went to omaha and atlanta and los angeles and spent a lot of time in the washington d.c. and in the course of my career, i have been utterly vexed by our inability as a civil society, a nation that takes such great pride in the rule of law, to in some way come to grips with the mace of of guns and violence -- with the place of guns and violence. and before we begin this discussion, i'll just tell you one very personal anecdote. three days before the sandy hook shooting, i was in denver, colorado, on personal business. and i was driving through the denver suburbs, and i passed into aurora rah, colorado, and saw the sign and thought to myself -- as journalists often do -- oh, my god, this just disappeared from our landscape. it happened not that long ago in which a young man, now appears to be utterly deranged, b went into a movie theater and began shooting down people with an assault weapon. and it went away. the not part of the presidential debate, it was not part of the fabric of our lives, it was not part of the daily journalistic di
, atlanta showed me something that they didn't prevail, but they looked good. they were up 17-0. what can you tell me about, john, my fantasy, at that tacking to the center and the second term fantasy? i guess i'm going to have to just live with what's happening. that's not happening, is it? >> well, you know, the practical result of what he ends up getting out of the congress may be different than the vision he articulated. but i have to tell you, i was surprised at how assertive he was, how programmatic he was. he delivered a political manifesto yesterday, which is not what a lot of inaugural addresses are. usually there's more poetry in an inaugural address. it's a unifying moment. you're not talking a whole lot about programs or initiatives that you're pushing in particular, but he was. on liemt, which was notable because he didn't talk about that in the campaign. one of the things that fell to the wayside in the first at this term on gay rights. he tried to frame the argument about entitlement programs and programs serving the poor. and it was very striking, i thought, joe, the way h
it up in four years? host: all right, debra, a democrat. thad is a republican in atlanta, georgia. what are your thoughts? caller: i called because i'd like to know why the inch r.s. has delayed accepting tax returns when the fiscal cliff had nothing to do with the 2012 tax cuts. host: did you watch the inaugural address? caller: i did. host: thoughts on that? caller: i don't really have any thoughts on that host: why not? ok. we go on to jeff in new orleans, independent caller. caller: i seen the inauguration and watched the speech. it's the same old, same old to me. same rhetoric, same speech. i'm not here to diminish anybody's happiness or how they feel about the royce torical aspects of it but it seems like the same thing i'm ready to see what's going to be pen to paper, the bills that will be passed a and what has been passed that's not being talked about. i think americans need to wake up and get away from the pageantry and rhetoric of it all and pay attention to what's happening. host: republican response after the address, here's a quote from daryl issa, the top republican on t
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